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Brushless Motor Includes Integral Controller

February 3, 2009 5:31 am | Comments

Designed with an integral controller, the Motomate Brushless Motor from Crouzet is intended for applications where programmable movement of simple mechanisms is required. The brushless motor features efficiency of 90%, and motor range of 30 W or 80 W. Motomate produces up to 0.3 N.m in the direct drive configuration

VCXOs Function over Wide Frequency Range

February 3, 2009 5:28 am | Comments

Adding to the XpressO oscillator series, Fox Electronics’ FVXO-PC72 2.5-V LVPECL VCXOs perform in a frequency range from 0.7500 MHz to 1 GHz. The 7-mm × 5-mm components employ a family of proprietary application specific integrated circuits (ASICs), as well as a third order Delta Sigma Modulator (DSM). The devices offer

PMC Card Offloads Host Processing Tasks

February 3, 2009 5:22 am | Comments

The SPMC/DPMC-214 rugged PMC card from Curtiss-Wright offloads host processor cards from CANbus, MilCAN, and Utility Bus processing tasks. Available in both air- and conduction-cooled versions, the PMC card provides 4 CANBus ports or 4 MilCAN ports, along with the US Army standard Utility Bus

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WiMedia-Based Multiband Validation Software is Most Automated

February 3, 2009 5:02 am | Keysight Technologies | Comments

Able to work with Infiniium Series oscilloscopes, Agilent’s WiMedia-based multiband orthogonal frequency domain modulation ultra-wideband validation software can make measurements with via connection to the SMA input or by attaching the receiver antenna directly to the input of the oscilloscope for radiated testing.

Microwave Transistors Serve Telecom Applications

February 3, 2009 4:57 am | Comments

Coming in industry-standard ceramic-metal packages, Cree's CGH21120F and CGH25120F GaN HEMT microwave transistors perform in telecommunication applications, such as W-CDMA, LTE and WiMAX. The components consist of single, input-pre-matched GaN HEMT devices providing >120 W. The CGH21120F is designed for

Universal Control Module Uses Resistive Touchscreen

February 3, 2009 4:16 am | Comments

Designed for the food service industry, Renau Electronic Laboratories’ UCM-1000 universal control module utilizes a 4.3” WQVGA TFT color resistive touchscreen. The 5.25” W × 3.45” H × 0.90” D unit connects to Renau’s Hybrid Micro Control Series process controllers via Renau’s Single Wire Communication Network. The touchscreen

Equaliser/Driver/Retimer IC Addresses 10G SFP+ System Design

February 3, 2009 4:01 am | Comments

Suitable for ‘direct attach’ passive twin-ax copper cables and 10GBASE-SR optical modules, Phyworks’ PHY1066 equaliser, driver, and retimer IC enables host board designers to create 10-Gbps Ethernet SFP+ receive and transmit interfaces. The flip-chip, 36-pin, BGA-packaged component dissipates 0.68 W and drives up to 15 m of ‘direct attach’ passive SFP+ copper cable. The device’s hardware algorithms are said to

Amp Family Maintains 1.14 mA/channel Quiescent Current

February 2, 2009 9:54 am | Comments

Intended for applications such as pressure and flow meters, seismic equipment, and electrocardiogram machines, the THS differential amplifier family from Texas Instruments has a quiescent current of 1.14 mA/channel. With a power-down current of 20 µA, the devices have a 145-MHz and 490-V/µs slew rate to buffer and amplify signals. Other features include

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RJ45 Jacks Integrate Magnetic Isolation

February 2, 2009 8:55 am | Comments

With features such as integrated magnetic modules to isolate common and differential-mode interference, a family of RJ45 LAN jacks from EPCOS is available in single, dual and quad-port versions. Able to withstand a breakdown voltage of 1,500 VAC, the connectors have an insertion loss of -1.0 dB, with values of -16 dB and -40 dB for the reflection loss and crosstalk, respectively. The components can operate over

Linear Drive Touts High Resolution

February 2, 2009 8:52 am | Comments

Featuring pure analog throughput for high brushless motor resolution, the TA333 High Power Linear Drive from Trust Automation can be configured to interface with any motion controller with a ±10 VDC command output. Able to achieve currents up to 25 A, the drive uses an external 24 VDC source of power for the internal logic. With ±100 Volt, the drive measures 14.9” x 7.7” x 4.7.”

AMOLED Display Lasts over 30,000 Hours

February 2, 2009 6:48 am | Comments

Demonstrating a resolution of 240 × RGB × 320 with up to 262,000 colors, OSD Displays’ OSD0283AMQV-T 2.8” diagonal QVGA Active Matrix Organic LED (AMOLED) module exhibits a lifetime rating of >30,000 hours. The device supports 18-/16-/6-bit RGB (DCLK, VSYNC, HSYNC, DE) and Intel/Motorola MPU 18-/16-/9-/8-bit bus interfaces. The 49.10-mm × 67.70-mm × 1.85-mm unit presents typ. luminance of

Voltage Measurement Instruments Offer 48 Inputs

February 2, 2009 6:29 am | Comments

Addressing lithium-ion cell-by-cell determination, Data Translation’s VOLTpoint Series precision voltage measurement instruments include 48 separate 24-bit resolution inputs each with its own A/D converter for direct connection to a PC via

Thermally Conductive Adhesives Dissipate Heat to 500ºF

February 2, 2009 6:09 am | Comments

Combining high-temperature resins and conductive fillers, Cotronics’ Duralco 132 thermally conductive adhesives form bonds with continuous service at up to 500ºF. The products are suitable for bonding and assembling heating coils, cooling coils, heating elements, heat sinks, reaction vessels, semi-conductors, rectifiers, and

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Crystal Oscillators Exhibit Low Jitter

February 2, 2009 5:55 am | Comments

Covering from 150 MHz to 220 MHz, Pericom Semiconductor’s 2.50-V and 3.30-V SX and SN Series, and 3.30-V SD and SH Series XP crystal oscillators demonstrate a typ. phase jitter of 0.25 ps rms for CMOS and PECL clock applications, respectively. The components present peak-to-peak jitter of 40 ps, max. power consumption of

On Solid-State Lighting

February 2, 2009 5:37 am | Comments

This podcast is a discussion of Solid-State Lighting in the international marketplace. Solid-State Lighting (SSL) is poised to change the world, or at least the way we illuminate it, and technologies such as OLEDs and LEDs are at the vanguard. In addition, SSL is also behind the latest breakthroughs in high-definition televisions and projectors, the leaders in consumer technology spending. This discussion will examine where SSL is currently being used, where it is going, and what you can do with it.

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